Permits have been filed to convert the existing Hawthorn hotel at 321 Bercut Drive in Sacramento’s Southern Pacific/Richards neighborhood. The project will convert 272 guest rooms to make 281 residential units in a lesser-developer corner of the state capitol overlooking the American River. The Ezralow Company is responsible for the development via Bercut-Railyard LLC.
Renderings have been revealed for a new arena at Solar4America Ice in San Jose. The City Planning Commission approved a 200,000 square-foot expansion early this year at 1500 South 10th Street, San Jose. The project proposal includes two recreational ice sheets to the facility, increasing the building’s total ice sheets to six. Solar4America Ice is owned by the City of San Jose. Sharks Ice LLC, a subsidiary of Sharks Sports & Entertainment, is the property manager and operator.
The proposal for 21267 Stevens Creek Boulevard expects to add 267 new apartments into the Silicon Valley housing market in Cupertino, Santa Clara County. Recent reporting by the Bay Area News Group has revealed that the project expects to break ground by the Fall of this year and would replace a retail center with new market-rate and affordable housing for seniors living in the hometown to the Foster + Partners-designed Apple headquarters. KT Urban and The Pacific Companies is responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of facade remodel and construction proposed for the building at 923 Market Street in SoMa, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the addition of a new front facade on the first and second floors along with remodeling of the rear facade on the second floor. The proposed changes will transition the building use from office to residential. Goldman Architects is managing the design concepts and construction.
New renderings have been revealed from a public meeting for 180 Park Avenue, i.e., Park Habitat, an innovatively designed 20-story office and expansion for the Tech Interactive museum building proposed for Downtown San Jose. Park Habitat is one of five projects from the joint venture between Vancouver-based Westbank and Gary Dillabough of Urban Community. Each project would add new density to the capital of Silicon Valley with innovative designs and sustainable architecture.